Please be advised the new go-live date for Shuttle Connect will be on Wednesday 14th April and functionality will be available from midday. Please click more for further information.
Please be advised PortConnect User Support will be unavailable on Good Friday and Monday 5th April for Easter.
PortConnect is New Zealand's first comprehensive online cargo management system, providing viewing of and direct interaction with containers at the ports in Auckland, Tauranga and Timaru Container Terminal, including their satellite ports MetroPort Auckland, MetroPort Christchurch, Triton, Wiri and Waikato Freight Hub.
PortConnect provides a single ‘port of call’ for shipping lines, transporters, importers, exporters, forwarders and regulatory authorities for dealing with our participating ports. PortConnect offers a comprehensive range of services and instant access to a central repository of containerised cargo information.
Search vessel visit details for Vessels in Port, Expected Arrivals and Recent Departures.
Search container details via the free Public Track & Trace or detailed Subscribed Track & Trace versions.
Submit Export Pre-Advice to our partner ports.
Receive email notifications when events occur against containers.
Request and maintain Express PINs for transport companies entering Ports of Auckland.
Our restful API allows application integration with vessel schedule, container visits and events.
For shipping lines, set import clearances, security checks and empty return depots.
For shipping lines, Edifact messages including COPARN, COARRI, CODECO and VERMAS.
For shipping Lines to provide Pre-Advice for empty containers entering Ports of Auckland's LINK facility.
Partner port integration with the clearance platform used by NZ Customs and MPI.
For vessel operators, submission of Outward Cargo Reports to the TSW system as required under the Customs & Excise Act 1996.
Set and maintain the priority of containers destined for Metroport Auckland from Port of Tauranga.
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